Svaneke Jule Tripel

Formerly brewed at Svaneke Bryghus
Svaneke, Denmark
8% Abbey Tripel | 20 Ratings | Winter Seasonal |
Danish: Med den belgiske øl ekvilibrisme som anduvningsfyr har vi brygget en mørk og krydret Tripel. For i Belgien drikker man Tripel til jul – helst til lammesteg med kroketter og julesalat – og en ordentlig klat mayonnaise. Og så er juletiden tilmed den eneste tid i året, hvor de belgiske nisser, Kabouterne, gør andet end at drille folk: De hygger.
Denne Tripel har en brunlig farve med rødligt skær og en lille, men cremet skumhat. Kroppen er fyldig og sødmefuld. Duft og smag præges af tørrede blommer og æbler, bergamotte, kirsebær, honningkage, chokolade, toffee og karamel, medens eftersmagen udgøres af diskrete riste nuancer samt en blid og balancerende humlebitterhed.
Overgæret med trapistgær. 8,0 % vol.
Ingredienser: Vand, bygmalt, rugmalt, hvedemalt, ristet byg, humle og gær.

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